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. >>> on a different note, there are new problems for lindsay lohan. could the troubled actress be sent back to jail after she admitted that she failed a court ordered drug test. we'll have the latest on that story as well. >>> let's given with the damage caused by hurricane igor in bermuda overnight. jim cantore joins us from elbow beach in bermuda. >> reporter: we're just getting in breaking news, no reports of major injuries or loss of live here on the island, that is great news, however there's lots of debris and trees all over the roads all across the island this morning. some 30,000 customers are report nothing power here. the highest wind gust reported at the airport was 93 miles an hour. and the big question is, what is the word on the airport? how did it make it through this storm? what type of shape is the cause way in that leads into the airport? that's the big question this morning. there was a tremendous amount of beach erosion here, 15 to 30 feet of beach lost as a result of one of the largest storms in the atlantic basin history. >> al roker is tracking igor as well. good morning to y
's in "the skinny." is kanye west finally again apologizing to taylor swift? >>> was lindsay lohan busted again? >>> time for "the skinny." it's awards season, rob. that means kanye west. >> yes, his favorite time of year. >> back in the news. he took to twitter, which he's a new twitter user. only been on there since the summer. already got a million or so followers. he wrote on his twitter page, again, i'm sorry, taylor. referring to taylor swift. last year around this time at the mtv music awards -- >> a low point in his career. >> he jumped in front of taylor as she was accepting an award and said beyonce deserved to win. he said he has "bled hard" over the past year. in seclusion a bit. he was supposed to tour with lady gaga, canceled that. >> spent some time with himself, my ego's in check, i'm coming back, i'm going to be a new person. >> this was the latest round in all of his award show snafus and televised incidents. so i don't know, we'll see. >> let's hope, one, the apology is sincere, maybe he's learned something from the incredible backlash of last year's vmas, and move on.
will stick around because we have another subject, and lindsay lohan ahead. he denied the holocaust and questioned whether 9/11 was an inside job. you heard iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad remarks and now we will hear what the people in his country think. stay tuned. [ male announcer ] this rock has never stood still. since our beginning, we've been there for clients through good times and bad, when our clients' needs changed we changed to meet them. through the years, when some lost their way, we led the way with new ideas for the financi challenges we knew would lie ahead. this rock has never stood still. and there's one thing that will never change. we are, the rock you can rely on. prudential. >> and now time for top of the news. iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad standing behind his suggestion that elements of the u.s. government may have been behind the attack of 9/11 and denies that iran is seeking to build a nuclear weapon. and in an interview today with our own reporter, president ahmadinejad said the united states could learn a thing or two about democracy from ir
to have lunch with lindsay. no oil has flowed into the gulf for weeks, but it's just the beginning of our work. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. my job is to listen to the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel and restaurant workers and find ways to help. that means working with communities. we have 19 centers in 4 states. we've made over 120,000 claims payments, more than $375 million. we've committed $20 billion to an independent claims fund to cover lost income until people impacted can get back to work. we'll keep looking for oil, cleaning it up if we find it and restoring the gulf coast. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. bp is gonna be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal... until we make this right. >>> a fast forward through the headlines, the manhunt for josh prince is in custody in pennsylvania. he fired gunshots at his ex-girlfriend at the avalon apartments in bethesda using a high-powered rifle. >>> back to work at the discovery channel headq
. >>> fresh out of rehab and jail, lindsay lohan could be in trouble yet again. there are news reports that she hit a baby stroller with her maserati on thursday. but no police reports have been filed, as of yet. so, is this a case of more bad behavior from the troubled star? or just a case of overzealous paparazzi blowing things out of proportion? here's mike von fremd. >> reporter: celebrity news website, radaronline, hired a cameraman to shadow lohan. he claims moments before he shot this video, her maserati clipped this baby stroller, after she failed to look both ways before turning. radaronline's cameraman claims, lindsay took the red light and hit the stroller. it wasn't super hard. but she made impact and hit them. but competing website, tmz said, the photographer who sold the video was lying. what really happened, lindsay ever-so-slightly, tapped the stroller. and pulled over to see if the child was okay. told they were fine, lohan drove off. no police reports were filed. and there are no charges pending. calls by abc news to lohan's lawyer and publicist were not returned. >>
think there was so much hype leading up to np you can see lindsay lohan. that was an opening part of this thing. you saw her quickly. she said you've got to pull it together, handler, nobody will hire an alcoholic. a lot of people laughed about that. the thing people were talking about was this big rivalry between tarl swift and kanye west, was it going to play out, was it not? she had a song a lot of people said seemed was about him. >> it was to me at least my interpretation a song of forgiveness for him, kind of forgiving him. >> of course referencing when he interrupted her last year at the vmas. listen to his song, though, because a lot of people said it addressed his character flaws. this closed the show. ♪ >> so a lot of people are saying that's the end of his pop culture exile. and you should note everyone was chanting "kanye." the only standing ovation of the night. >> i'm surprised they let him close out the show, but they gave him a big spot in the show. we can't say some of those lyrics on the air he said. but basically he said i screwed up, trying to atone for that.
. the little girl we're going to be talking about is named lindsay. her parents are kristy and joe ratcliffe. daddy served in vietnam. lindsay started first grade. their mind is normal. >> the mind of a child. >> of a normal 6-year-old. but their body is that already of somebody who is -- might be 70. let's take a look and meet lindsay. lindsay has just started first grade. but she's living inside a body that is biologically older than her grandmother's. although her body is aging, her mind is not. >> my mom and i play with the ponies. we read books. we play games. legos, ponies, my drum set, trains, cooking. >> reporter: but all these activities take a toll on lindsay's body. >> every time i run, like at recess at school, my muscles hurt. >> do they? >> yes. the leg ones. not my arm ones. my leg ones. >> really? >> yes. >> reporter: so, every week, she goes to the chiropractor for a checkup. >> got it? okay. here we go. how is your neck feeling today? >> really bad. >> really bad? >> yeah. >> she's 6 years old. she runs and jumps. she has the spine of a 60-year-old or a 70-year-old. there i
weeks after being released from rehab, lindsay lohan says she's failed her latest drug test. could she be heading back to jail? a new setback for the troubled star, "today," saturday, a new setback for the troubled star, "today," saturday, september 18th, 2010. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm amy robach. we're all certainly glad to have you back in the seat this morning. >> i'm glad to be here. i went east a little bit. so i'm wide awake. >> that's good. >> it's good to be back. we've got a lot to tell you about this morning. for sarah palin the big question people have been asking, will she or won't she run for president? but when you go to iowa a couple years before the election, that starts the talk all over again. it was the important state of iowa, palin spoke at a major republican gathering last night. that only heightened speculation about a possible run in 2012. we'll look at the possibilities in just a few minutes. >> all right. and then plenty of stormy weather, esp
like eating, drinking, watching tv. figures, right? >>> actress lindsay lohan could get more jail time. she confirmed on her twitter page that she failed a court-ordered drug test. she served two weeks in jail jail in august followed by 22 days in a rehab program. she has to undergo random test can twice a week. failing one test could put her back behind bars. >>> a man in missouri hailed as a hero. cell phone video shows the 59-year-old doug lazar, after he tackled an alleged bank robber last week and then sat on him. despite the suspect's struggles, he pinned the man on the tarmac of the parking lot. this lasted about four minutes until the police arrived. the suspect has been charged with bank robbery. >>> the world's tallest man and the world's shortest woman are both from turkey. the guinness book of records got them together saturday. the tallest man is 8" 3" tall. the shortest woman 2" 4.6" high. wonder if there was a love connection? this morning, tracking hurricane igor. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the ne
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is really safe for you to eat. >>> plus she just did time in jail and now lindsay lohan is in trouble again. find out why there's a warrant out for her arrest.   >>> this fox 5 stock market report is brought to you by your lexus dealer. live life heroically. n >>> an arrest warrant has been issued for lindsay lohan. the judge issued the order after lohan failed a drug test. lohan is facing possible jail time for violating probation. she spent two weeks in jail earlier this year and was released from inpatient rehab less than a month ago. lohan even admitted to failing the drug test on twitter. she will remain free until her court hearing this friday. >>> singer bruno mars is facing possible cocaine charges in las vegas. police busted him early sunday after being detained by security at the hard rock hotel and casino. officials say mars had 2.6 grams of coke on him. >>> here's what we're working on for the news edge at 11:00, new information in the story fox 5 first broke last week. a rash of robberies near the university of maryland. tonight we're learning another ar
? the parent trap, starring the adorable lindsay lohan. she was so sweet and innocent. free of scandal. now this disney darling has been deem add disaster again. we watched her train wreck of a love life from back street boys little brother to her love affair with famed deejay samantha runson. then the run-ins with the law. now when you think it could get worse comes the front page of the daily mail online showing pictures of lindsay lohan allegedly shooting up something and lip locking with paris hilton. she's an international headline grabbing mess. so, why do we pay attention to . why do we even pay attention to her? we never saw shirley temple -- which brings me to the issue of the judge. he threatened her with 30 days in jail for each probation violation. keyword. threatened. why not just do it? throw her in the slammer and let her sweat it out. she is disrespectful to authorities, doesn't show up for alcohol counciling and now, she confirmed that she failed a court ordered drog alcohol screening. unfortunately, she has been, like it or not, idolized as a child actress. we need to get
" magazine. and also, lindsay graham is closely involved in the afghan war, and does he support the start of a u.s. withdrawal from afghanistan next july? what is his take on the emotional stability of president hamid karzai? we will ask him that and more. >>> and a plot of a controversial activist targeting cnn. [ male announcer ] the craftsman cordless multi-tool. the power and versatility of six tools packed into one. more innovation. more great values. craftsman. trust. in yo anople really lover, i jugot ae our claimservice. gecko:speciallthe auto repair xpress. repairs are fast and they're guaranteed for as long as you is thisyyourcphone?ey, th! gecko: yeah, 'course. sswhere do you po you...carry... for as long as you is thisyyourcphone?ey, th! waitress: here you go. boss: thanks gecko: no, no i got it, sir. ncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> jack cafferty is here with the cafferty file. jack? >> it is no wonder that the tea party is getting the traction that it does. house democrats voted today to adjourn so they can go home friday and campaign f
as stable as lindsay lohan when it comes to reality. so the notion that somehow these republicans and these tea party candidates are reflective of america, they are not and the polls show that. that's the part that i think is frustrating to a lot of democrats. americans are not moving to republicans, we just lost them. and we have to be really honest about why. >> so david corn's question was where did august go, and my question is the big thing is supposed to be the chairman tim kaine's speech, dnc chairman's tim kaine who's supposed to draw a stark contrast, is that enough? are people being held back from firing on all cylinders and firing all weapons at hand here. >> it's a step forward, you have about two months before the election, give or take, and you're talking about realistical realistically, maybe about 20% of the electorate could change their minds so having chairman kaine go out there and do that is a step forward but the reality is it's much bigger than that. and the reality is that this goes from the white house all the way down. we have to paint a very stark contras
era. >> thank you, lindsay. >> they are both your size. doreen you can sleep in it. donovan mcnabb on the practice field. he is ready to start. he hasn't experienced the rivalry firsthand, but as an nfc lifer he knows about the level of competition. a win would be such a statement. the skins went winless in division play last year. in their final game against the cowboys a december shellacking. they were shut out 17-0. the showing last year, man, that still stings. >> it is embarrassing. i think it was the first time in my career that i think we've ever done that. i can't remember the last time we were winless. that is down right embarrassing. we have whole new leadership. like i said, i think it is a beginning. >> it is good to start it off with a bang. we go the boys week one. they are going to bring it. we have to match the intensity. we are on our home field and have to take advantage of that. we played them well the first game last year but came up short. we have to show them, it is a new redskin era, a new team, new regime and show them what we all about. i know they are
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for the mda, jerry lewis says actress and bad girl lindsay lohan should be spanked. >> smack her in the mouth and be arrested for abusing a woman. >> what would you say to her? >> you would say you deserve this and nothing else. whack! >> if she's not satisfied, i'll put her over my knee and spank her! >> uh-oh. >> jerry says people like lindsay and recently arrested paris hilton are begging for help. this may not be the first time lindsay has been spanked. >> more on that later. >> ok. >> but first, let's head out to brian. who is -- have you been up all night, brian because i know you must be so nervous for your huge golf match today with former president george w. bush, now i know you're not a man who likes to sleep. but usually it's not because you're nervous. >> gretchen, the pressure. >> you know what? we had -- we had a long trip. went right to sleep, no problem and gretchen carlson trying to turn up the pressure a little bit because she is a solid golfer and she knows brian kilmeade is not. here's what i represent, gretchen and mike and pete johnson, it looks like mike, i'm no
:00. hi, pat. >> hi, eun. coming up this afternoon, the latest on lindsay lohan in court where a judge may throw her in the slammer. we'll have t latest there. plus we're barely into the flu shot season and all right officials are worried about flu shot fa teak. then at 5:00. we're going to talk with david gregory about d.c.'s school chancellor michelle rhee. how d.c.'s strides in education could serve as a teaching tool for other states. those stories plus your first word on weather and breaking news as it happens. coming up tonight on news 4 starting at 4:00, eun. >> pat, thanks so much. >>> time for a tine check of your forecast. >> there's the sky over washington, kind of filled with a bright smer-like haze here on this autumn september morning. temperatures are approaching 90 in many locations. it's going to continue to climb into the mid 90s as we have a weak area of high pressure giving us this sunshine, but then relief on the way, a front cing in from the midwest arriving tomorrow. we'll have a few clouds along that front in the morning and we'll be in the 60s in the rning, by mida
on their rooftops. >>> and the judge versus the "jersey shore" star. he calls snooki a lindsay lohan wannabe. good morning, everyone. and, george, you talked to the president yesterday. you know that he is joining the growing list of critics condemning that pastor's plan to burn copies of the koran on saturday. everyone from the pope to sarah palin has called on him to back down. but, george, the president seemed to go further with you when you interviewed him yesterday. saying americans are in danger from extremists. >> he called it a stunt that could endanger american troops. we saw the president say it was a recruitment bonanza for al qaeda. >> and the fbi is voicing concerns. >> i talked extensively with the president about the economy. he's making a big push right now, trying to push -- stop the extension of the bush tax cuts for the wealthy. but he stopped in my interview just shy of a veto threat. he was pretty frank, though, robin, about the frustrations he knows americans are feeling. it's hurt his political fortu fortunes. and he said it could cost democrats this november. >> and you pus
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on their rooftops. >>> and the judge versus the "jersey shore" star. while he's call inging snooki a lindsay lohan wanna-be. >>> good morning, everyone. and, george, you talked to the president yesterday. you know that he is joining the growing list of critics condemning that pastor's plan to burn copies of the koran on saturday. everyone from the pope to sarah palin has called on him to back down. but, george, the president seemed to go further with you when you interviewed him yesterday saying americans are really in danger with extremists. >> that's right, robin. he called it a stunt that could endanger american troops. we saw the president say it was a recruitment bonanza for al qaeda. there are lots of warnings. >> and the fbi is also echoing those concerns. >> they're doing that. i also talked extensively with the president about the economy. he's making a big push right now, trying to push -- stop the extension of the bush tax cuts for the wealthy. but he stopped in my interview just shy of a veto threat. and he was pretty frank, though robin, about the frustration tha
on undeterred by the presence of u.n. peacekeepers. we begin our coverage with a report from lindsay hilsum of independent television news. a warning: it contains graphic material. >> reporter: the survivors of mass rape around the village last month see an ordeal so dreadful it's hard to listen on their stories. more than 280 women were gang raped by militiamen in the forest of eastern congo. >> they would beat us for a long time. after they raped us, they would walk out and we would do our best to escape into the bush. sometimes we would have to crawl on the ground while they would rape us until dawn. they would also sometimes follow us into the forest aware of where we were hiding at night. if we were found, they would then rape us again. that's how they managed to rape all the women of this village. >> reporter: nearby u.n. peacekeepers failed to protect the women. their bosses in new york say they'll do better next time. but what about the rapists? sexual violence is endemic. under the international law, congress lease soldiers are on their best behavior but all sides rape in this brut
't think there is any excuse for it. >> senator lindsay graham, replied to "countdown's" request for a statement, quoting him, i very much share general petraeus's concern about how such actions could further jeapordize the safety of our soldiers. we should not make our soldiers' job even harder and their service more dangerous. house republican leader john boehner merely called the koran burning not wise but could not resist equating the burning of one religion's scripture with building a religious center. >> secretary of state clinton, general petraeus have spoken out against it. what is your message for pastor jones? >> for pastor jones and those who want to build the mosque just because you have a right to do something in america does not mean it is the right thing to do. we're a nation of religious freedom. we're also a nation of tolerance. i think in the name of tolerance people ought to think about the >> so you're telling him not to do it. sir? you're telling him not to do it? >> listen, i just think it's not wise to do this in the face of what our country really represen
it on to television, when we're not doing the midterm elections or witchcraft or lindsay lohan going back to jail, the articles in newspapers, do these capture the level of danger and violence in afghanistan? >> i think they do. i mean, there are a number of journalists out there who are doing amazing work. the problem is that they're just -- there isn't enough of it. it feels like because we're, you know, so many years into this and because we're post-iraq, that there's -- i don't know, there's almost kind of like america's sick of the wars and -- >> people are tired this war in particular. >> yeah. >> and i think television executives are tired of this war. they have the responsibility to cover it, and as you said, many brave journali isists are cover it -- >> i have wives of soldiers e-mailing me saying can you do something, my husband is out there and i can't find anything. i search every day and can't find coverage of it. >> as we finish, what was the reaction of the soldiers to having you along since they don't get that much media attention these days? >> you know, this far into it, they kn
niro, jessica alba, don johnson and lindsay lohan dressed as a nun. i think if people are really curious about robert rodriguez and the genre of film he produces, this is definitely a draw. i don't know if it's for everybody. i do think it's a built-in audience. not surprised it comes in second. >> hch going the distance" withdrew barrymore and justin long is number five right now. what's going on there? >> i think people have seen this movie before. drew barrymore, this is her genre. the thing about drew i really like is she produces these films. she has a company called flower films and they have had $870 million in box office revenues, she's produced "charlie's angels," "he's not that into you." i think the fact she produces it makes up for the film in the back end. people like seeing these two people on camera. there could be a resurgence come monday. labor day weekend also is a slow weekend to begin with because i think everybody is at the beach because they know school is starting. >> amy palmer, more later, thank you. >>> first she was accused of crashing a white house par
henin and lindsay davenport, three days later i had the surgery and then three weeks later i was playing lindsay davenport at an event in minneapolis and so i had something to look forward to always. and then when i had the radiation, i went -- i went and played at the french open. worked for tennis channel. played at the french open and wimbledon. and tennis sort of whgot me through all those tough times. i'm fortunate i had that in my life. of course, positive attitude always helps get you through stuff. so i had both. so it was difficult time no doubt about it. and it was really difficult when someone public actually -- the first most exhausting and difficult thing was when i found out i was positive. second most difficult was the day i went public and added all these injuries and had to talk about it. i'm still talking about it. so that's -- that took the most out of me, actually. >> and difficult because you felt -- >> i'm glad that i did that. >> difficult because you felt you head to constantly answer questions or difficult to because this would ordinarily be a private battle and
sweeted against allegations he cheated on wife demi moore. embattled actress lindsay lohan confessed to the world she relapsed in her struggle with addiction. i did, in fact, fail my most recent drug test, she tweeted. perhaps in an attempt to beat the press by leaking her own gossip. this hip-hop star only needed 17 of 140 characters to say i'm sorry to singer taylor swift for his behavior at last year's video music awards. >> i'm really happy for you. i'm going to let you finish. but beyonce have one of the best videos of all time. >> reporter: no all celebs are on board. they closed their twitter accounts after negative attention. and john mayer, one of the most active on twitter just announced to his 3.7 million followers he is unplugging from the network as he heads back to the recording studio. while distracting for some twitter addictss crave -- of course instant updates on family and friends. so, if you are not already tweeting, it might be time to join the conversation. >> so, if you don't know how to twitter or tweet, as the case may be, katie will teach us houf. >> the bes
. >>> this is a little bit of a sad day in new york. >> it really is. you probably don't know why, but it is. >> lindsay sobol is going to be leaving new york to go to nbc in l.a. come on up, lindsay. >> she's recently married. >> yes, your life is all turning around. are you going to miss us, too? we're going to miss you, sweetheart. >> she's going to be in santa monica, she's going to be wearing her thong, she's going to be so happy. >> you will be in roller skates, darling before you realize it. >> we promise you. >> have a safe trip. >> the roller skates, the thong, the sun setting. >> and my mom is watching. >> tomorrow, "the real house wives of new jersey."
live to an event with lindsay gramm of south carolina. he has just returned from afghanistan serving as legal adviser. he will talk about the war in counterterrorism strategy. this is live coverage on c-span from the american enterprise institute. >> he has served the state of south carolina in the u.s. senate since 2003. it was called to active duty in the first gulf war and continues to serve in the reserve. he recently returned from reserve duty in afghanistan. and i hope he will talk to us a little bit about that as well. he is one of the most articulate national security advisers in the united states and and has been outspoken in support of our troops, their mission, and the importance of understanding what is at stake in the war on terror. he has condemned the news on practice of setting arbitrary deadlines for troop drawdowns in said it would be a mistake to leave iraq while maintaining a military presence. earlier this year it redkey introduced a reform act. to talk about that bill, afghanistan, and anything else he would like to talk about, let me welcome senator lindsay gra
. glenn beck's revival at the lincoln memorial. and lindsay lohan's comeback. and her mistakes. we welcome back gayle king. and also, meghan mccain, columnist for "the daily beast." and also, her book, "dirty, sexy politics." let's talk about last night. president obama, big and historic moment, meghan, after 7 1/2 years of war in iraq. he says combat operations are over. he took some heat from those saying, this was rich to take credit, given he opposed president bush's surge. >> he was one of the biggest detractors. and people see the irony that he was against the surge. and now, he recognizes the success. and me, as a republican, we're giving our enemies a timeline, for them to wait it out and possible attacking us again. >> the president not apologizing for the surge. on the other hand, he did promise to bring the troops home. they're coming home. and he has no apologies at all, for not opposing the war in the first place. >> and i think it's important to acknowledge that, you know, he was very clear that he did not want this war to happen. i think, you know, when we look back at histo
more excited to head to the ballot box against anyone. let's talk about lindsay graham and the pew research number showing the illegal immigration numbers are way down but this topic resonates with people all across the country. it's something that senator graham has taken heat on, he has changed his position and too cozy with democrats. let's hear from a couple of your callers after you talked to senator graham, their reaction to his position. >> sure. >> gus, you are on wbt. hey. >> hey, keith. i think the problem here is the weasel word "comprehensive." he wants to put something together no one will make a consensus on and therefore will never be voted for. if he wants to fix the problem, close the borders today. >> jeffrey, you're on wbt. >> how are you doing? >> all right. fire away. >> [ inaudible ] i have a couple of different problems. make a requirement that the application for citizenship papers for a child must be recompaninied by the hospital bills. >> yes, but lindsey graham is he genuine or spinning with the political wind? >> he's been genuine. he's frustrated. >> sh
is this is not being discussed, and that is a problem. lindsay graham gave a great speech at the american enterprise institute last week, and he made a couple of great point about the war. we have that captured a single high-value target in the last couple of years, we do not know what is coming. we are killing people, but we do not really know what al qaeda is thinking about. i think that deserves to be among the national conversation with our candidates. we should also be talking about progress against other movements. there have been several attempts of an attack on american soil, and that will be front and center. host: is there a time, if the economy got bad enough, where it would be prioritized above the fence? guest: part of the job of the president is to manage all of these issues. it is not being the president of the economy, or, it is all of these things. -- war, it is all of these things. being a world power has costs that go along with it. at the end of the day, there are costs that need to be born. we need to understand that our we need to understand that our congress needs to be talkin
, accurately or in terms of what meant with lindsay lohan and some sort of of other questionable florida dealings, it's interesting that crist is going through it. his opponent meek is seizing on it saying this sort of reflects that charlie crist is not consistent with his conservative values, the crist campaign declined to comment but all systems go, i think, for october 7th with the penthouse ceo. >> marco rubio has to be excited about this seizing on a nugget running from the right? >> right. obviously, charlie crist is in the middle of this race so he will take money from wherever he can but he doesn't have the sort of strong institutional backing that is going to be enjoyed by both meek and rubio. as a result, he is going to get it from both sides. i think you're going to see rubio and meek kind of go after crist because of the fact he doesn't have sort of the party support and the fact he sort of a man without a party right now. this is just one more opportunity to go after him on that issue. >> all right. penthouse injected into an already fascinating race. >> patrick, any plans f
lindsay gramm of south carolina on the afghanistan war and counterterrorism strategy. he is a colonel in the air force reserves and just returned from afghanistan where he served as legal advisor. this 1.5 our discussion is from the american enterprise institute. >> -- >> ladies and gentlemen -- ladies and gentlemen, if i can ask you all to be seated and end your conversations, please. we would like to get started on time. it is not that i am not grateful that you are having a very nice time. good afternoon, everybody. welcome to the american enterprise institute. welcome to the american enterprise institute. i am the vice-president for foreign and defense policy studies. thanks a for joining us today. we are very proud to have senator lindsey graham here today. he will give a short talk this morning or this afternoon which will be followed by a session of "q&a" with the audience. after that, we will do a short and sweet roundtable, something we have not done in the past. no set piece presentations. i am pleased that we are able to have senator graham ought back here. he haseally giv
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